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Jul 24, 2013 4:00am PDT
of a $598 billion defense spending bill. >>> reputed mob boss, whitey bulger was accused of pedophilia in court yesterday. this accusation came yesterday during the cost of steven "the rifleman" flemmi who claims bulger also strangled two young woman. >>> a second woman has come forward to file charges against bob filner. >>> in that six flags roller coaster death, according to the county medical examiner, about one minute into the ride, rosy esparza fell 75 feet and struck a support beam before landing on a roof. the ride remains closed until investigators determine what happened. >>> and cbs sports is reporting yankees third baseman alex rodriguez could be facing a lifetime ban from major league baseball. apparently now that the brewers ryan braun is out of the way, investigators are turning their main focus to rodriguez. >>> dramatic footage of this hot balloon ride. 11 in the basket and two were brought to a local hospital for minor injuries after that. >>> stocks overseas this morning, they are trading lower on news of a slowdown of chinese manufacturing. apple reporting 31.2 mill
Jul 30, 2013 4:00am PDT
, attorneys painted two very different pictures of private first class bradley manning. defense attorneys called the 25-year-old intelligence analyst, a humanist, concerned about abuses in iraq. here's what he told the judge -- >> but prosecutors say he's a traitor, whether or not he intended to aid the enemy. some of the 700,000 documents manning gave to wikileaks were found when navy s.e.a.l.s raided osama bin laden's compound. >> i think it theoretically could have hurt soldiers it could have gotten people killed. i don't know that it did. but it certainly is something we would want to guard against as a military. >> there's been no evidence of harm caused by these leaks. the government is saying the sky is falling, the sky is falling. but the fact is, the sky not falling. >> manning's supporters say the judge's ruling could have a chilling effect on whistleblowers and journalists. >> if they put something on the internet, the government can turn around and say, if the government doesn't like it, that putting the act of putting it on the internet is an act of aiding al qaeda. >> mannin
Jul 31, 2013 4:00am PDT
sentencing follows what private bradley manning's defense calls a huge victory. guilty on 20 counts, but not guilty on the most serious charge, aiding the enemy. manning gave wikileaks battle plans, diplomatic cables, and this video that killed innocent civilians in baghdad. he faces up to 136 years in prison. >> the government is very, very serious about protecting the status of classified information, and people who deseminight it are playing with fire. >> reporter: the judge found manning negligent but said he did not intend for those secrets to land in the hands of osama bin laden, which they did. still, the espionage charges are historic. >> espionage charges have been brought against spies and traitors and not those who leaked information to the media with no ill intent. >> it is a serious precedent, it is a serious abuse, and it will mean the end of national security journalism in the united states as we know it. >> reporter: the white house and state department had no comment. in a statement, the top democrat and republican on the house intelligence committee says justice wa
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